When you ask someone to walk a mile in your shoes, you usually don’t mean for them to literally wear your shoes.
DJ Khaled’s latest release “Father of Ashad” is his greatest album yet. But that accomplishment is not really for DJ Khaled’s sake, it’s for Asahd.
The path can be different for everyone but for EMAN8, that journey has gained momentum in the last couple of years.
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Remember Arthur? The PBS show defined an era and continues to make strides in education by featuring a same-sex wedding in its latest season.
The trailer for the new film “Loqueesha” has been garnering negative attention by using auditory blackface the film is all sorts of racist.
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But like all systems lead and shaped by humanity, followers must question and reform it to benefit all humans of its time.
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Racial issues are often separated from those of class. How does class affect your access to racial equality in higher education?